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“Letting go to the responsibility is hard” Lee Min Ho and Lee Seung Gi Open Up Ahead of Their Collaboration

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Lee Min Ho and Lee Seung Gi opened up about their honest feelings before their upcoming collaboration.

On Jan 14, Lee Min Ho posted episode two of his collaboration series with Lee Seung Gi. Earlier, the two heralded a special collaboration for one of Lee Seung Gi’s new songs.

In the released video, the pair meet up at a restaurant to sort out the songs they have in mind for the music video.

“Just in any form, I want the viewers to be comforted and to be able to relate,” Seung Gi opened up about what he wants from this project. Soon, they headed on to the topic of “what song we are going to choose” and debated between “The Dreamer’s Dream” and “Your Eyes, Hands, and Lips.”

Saying that it’s going to be a choice between the better reflection of themselves or the song that could be well-received by the general public, Lee Min Ho opened up, “There’s only one thing I want. I want Lee Seung Gi to feel healed through this. I want you to show your most comfortable self.”

Talking about comfort, Lee Seung Gi shared, “In my 30s, I want to be able to hit the gas and be able to hit the brake. I sometimes got so jealous of you for being able to do whatever you want.” Lee Min Ho responded, “But to be honest, I’ve never really done what I wanted to do. Of course not, even in my 20s, I had a sense of responsibility. I tried to live within that frame all my life.”

The two actors, who bonded over being forced to stay under the spotlight from a young age, talked about the time they had to admit how insecure they were despite the way they appeared outside. Their bright smiles at the end of the clip raised expectations for what these two youths will comfort us with.

You can watch the full video with English subtitles below.

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